Inside the Dazzling Interiors At 4th Annual Serenbe Designer Showhouse

Located in Serenbe’s newest European-inspired neighborhood, the Manor Homes of Mado, this year’s 4th Annual Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles Designer Showhouse features the phenomenal work of 12 Atlanta designers. Here is a peek of what’s in store this year and why you must hit the showhouse this year, which is open until Oct 8.

View More: Credit: Jessica AshleyThis year, the annual Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles Showcase at Serenbe is bigger and better than ever featuring not one but two townhouses which means you get to preview brilliant designs in two grand kitchens, three sun-filled and sophisticated living rooms, and five alluring bedrooms. Each room will surely impress and inspire you. WIth carefully orchestrated rooms and vignettes from the designers like Meghan Sharp, Elizabeth Ferguson  and J. Healey Interiors we promise you will find yourself swooning over everything from the art and furniture to the lighting and hardware.21463002_10150996786499949_3772797615713535176_n The Showhouse inspires smart living with top-of-the-line appliances and breathtaking finishes curated by interior designer Jena Salmon. With 5,000 square feet, breathtaking archways and coveted tree-lined views, The Manor Homes depict European style in a country setting.Tickets, which are $20 and benefit the Art Farm, which is Serenbe’s artist complex, and are well worth it. Find out more about purchasing your tickets here.image1 (5)

After touring the home, you can shop for your home at the perfectly curated Swoox pop-up shop thanks to Kelly Anthony. Check out the selection of luxury consignment furniture, home accessories, art, lighting, jewelry and more.  Whether you are curious at the latest in design trends or are needing some inspiration for your own home, this year’s Designer Showhouse will not disappoint.IMG_3160


To kick off this year’s showcase, Serebe hosted a VIP Preview party which was held on September 14th and featured an outdoor art exhibition called ART + DESIGN CHAIRS. Using West Elm chairs, a number of well-known Atlanta artists reimagined the chairs and created their own forms of art. The chairs were put on display at the party and auctioned off before and during the event as well. All proceeds went towards the Art Farm at Serenbe.View More: Credit: Jessica Ashley